On Saturday morning, September 18th, a seminar was held for engineers of all specialties on optimal energy planning, the basic knowledge of high energy-efficient buildings, and additional information on renovations and ensuring project quality. In this context, the certified designer of passive buildings presented the first passive house premium accommodation located in Kato Alikso, providing significant information on its construction and comments from people who have stayed there.
These events are under the auspices of the Ministry of Environment and Energy, the Bank of Greece, and the Technical Chamber of Greece in the Peloponnese. This presentation by Dimitrios Dimopoulos highlights the increasing need for sustainable and energy-efficient buildings in Greece and the importance of implementing proper design and construction techniques to achieve this goal.
The nZeb Roadshow is an initiative that aims to promote nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEBs) in Greece and raise awareness about their benefits. These buildings use a combination of renewable energy sources, efficient building design, and high-quality insulation to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. By encouraging the adoption of nZEBs, Greece can achieve its energy efficiency targets, reduce its carbon footprint, and contribute to the fight against climate change.
Dimitrios Dimopoulos is a renowned expert in sustainable building design and construction, with extensive experience in the field. He is the founder of Anaptixi Kataskevastiki, a company specializing in nearly zero-energy buildings and the designer of the award-winning EnerVillas in Kato Alikso. Through his presentation, he shared his knowledge and experience in designing and constructing energy-efficient buildings, emphasizing the importance of incorporating sustainable practices into all aspects of building design and construction.
The seminar was attended by engineers from various specialties, who gained valuable insights into the design and construction of nearly zero-energy buildings. They learned about the various techniques and technologies used in sustainable building design and construction, as well as the importance of proper insulation, ventilation, and air quality control. They also had the opportunity to learn from the experiences of people who have stayed at the EnerVillas and hear firsthand about the benefits of living in an energy-efficient building.
Overall, this presentation by Dimitrios Dimopoulos was an important step in promoting sustainable building design and construction in Greece. By sharing his knowledge and experience, he has contributed to raising awareness about the benefits of nearly zero-energy buildings and the importance of incorporating sustainable practices into building design and construction.